Housing, financial event: Money Power Day

March 06, 2012|Jamie Smith Hopkins

Looking for financial help, housing advice or foreclosure-prevention assistance? There's a free event for all that in Baltimore this Saturday.

Money Power Day, organized annually by the nonprofit Baltimore CASH Campaign and its partners, is aimed at helping participants "change their financial futures" -- getting a plan in place and figuring out how to fix problems.

Workshops include "preparing for homeownership" and "maintaining your home," along with non-housing subjects such as retirement planning, small-business startups and personal finance. You can also attend a foreclosure-prevention clinic, get tax help and sit down for one-on-one credit and financial planning advice.

The 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. event will be held at Baltimore City College, 3220 The Alameda #A (with parking there and at the Johns Hopkins University's eastern campus on 33rd Street at Loch Raven Blvd.).

Know of other housing-related events coming up soon? Add 'em in the comments.

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